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the chief of staff pick could come this week. likely to be dennis mcdonough but it is sort of interesting. i'm not sure i heard anyone on the hill praising the choice, potential choice of susan rice for secretary of state as a woman. i mean, they were criticizing her for her positions and other things. i think at the end of the day, it's optically not good. you know, obviously, for this president. he has sort of a strong record, but probably more important are those people around him. that white house photograph was very real and that's how it is on a day-to-day basis. with a couple of exceptions. but that's how senator obama and president obama has sort of always been. always surrounded by usually men. >> congressman, last word. this is also true of people of color. the president, obviously, we have a holder at the justice department. we have kirk at the u.s. trade rep, but are there enough minorities and should it matter to us? should we be discussing this? >> it shouldn't matter because diversity must be our promise and not our problem. and, you know, when you have first man of color in t
is certified by the american board of plastic surgery. >> at number 20, dosage disasters. movie star dennis quaid's twins thomas and zoe develop an infection a few days after they're born. they take a blood thinner called heprin to prepare their request ivs. >> when you have an iv, there's a minuscule dose they put in the iv. >> when the babies get the iv, their blood unexpectedly turns thin as water. >> at one point why they tried to clamp up a wound, blood spurted six feet across the room and splattered on the wall. >> doctors realize someone has given the babies a massive overdose of heparin, 1,000 times more than it's supposed to be. >> they didn't notice that it was the wrong dose. >> here's that overdose happens. >> the adult dose was in a dark blue vile. the pediatric dose was in a light blue vial. >> an adult dosage was put where the pediatric dose is usually placed. another nurse grabbed the vial without checking it. >> when you're in the hospital, ask for a daily list of medications and dosages and check them when they arrive. >>> ahead on my list -- you won't believe where this p
. movie star dennis quaid's twins, thomas and zoe, develop an infection a few days after they're born. the quaids take the babies to the hospital for a course of antibiotics. a blood thinner called heparin is used to prepare their ivs. >> when you have an iv, there's a very, very, very dilute dose that they'll put a minuscule amount in the iv so that the iv doesn't clot up. >> when the babies get the iv, their blood unexpectedly turns thin as water. >> at one point as the doctors tried to clamp a bleeding wound in the remnant of t-boon's umbilical cord, blood spurted six feet across the room and splattered on the wall. >> doctors realize somebody has given the babies a massive overdose of heparin. 1,000 times more than it's supposed to be. >> they didn't notice that it was the wrong dose. >> here's how that overdose happens. >> the adult dose was in a dark blue vial. the pediatric dose was in a light blue vial. >> a technician accidentally puts the adult dose of heparin in the location where the children's dose is usually stored. then a nurse grabs the bottle without checking it. >> a
to snap photos. but as he walked back to his car, he was hit and killed by oncoming traffic. dennis, you led a push a few years back to regulate what paparazzi can and cannot do. after this tragedy, justin bieber said we need better laws to protect celebrities and also paparazzi. do you think this might spark that to happen? >> well, i would hope so. we look back at 1997, princess diana, that tragic death. we started in los angeles back in 2008 trying to come up with some new regulations. karen bass at the time was the speaker of the california state assembly, authored legislation on a civil matter. the next year, 2010, we went up to something very significant to take aggressive action. it's about enforcement. it's about enforcement by the local law enforcement but clearly there's the responsibility by the celebrities, by the photographers, we need to safeguard people. this tragedy, this 29-year-old who was trying to become an up-and-coming photographer, a paparazzi in the city of los angeles, tragically killed by a lady who simply is driving down the roadway at night, didn't see him, st
aren't about looking perfect like the mona lisa. today, we reached out to dennis jeronimas and he told us that portrait commissions are products of an exchange between patron and painter. kate and her advisers would have been familiar with and admired paul emsly's very realistic style before he was hired. it might have been what she had in mind. no one looks perfect like those air brushed magazine covers. their faces are not perfectly smoothed. their eyes have bags. all those imperfections get lined. kate happens to look great without being air brushed and she is doing us all a service by being confident in her real skin. let us know what you think. have a wonderful weekend. piers morgan tonight is next. with unitedhealthcare, i get information that matters... my individual health profile. not random statistics. they even reward me for addressing my health risks. so i'm doing fine... but she's still going to give me a heart attack. we're more than 78,000 people looking out for more than 70 million americans. that's health in numbers. unitedhealthcare. with two times the points on dinin
looking perfect, you know, like the mona lisa. today we reached out to dennis geronomis. he's an associate of art history. kate and her advisors would have been familiar with and probably admired paul emslie's very realistic tile before he was hired. even though many people are panning the picture, the portrait might have been exactly what kate had in mind. that we celebrate because after all the fact is this. nobody looks perfect like on air brushed magazine colors. their eyes have bags, and all that just gets fixed in edit. the little brown spots under your skin, they wipe it out. real women have lines on their faces, they have freckles, dark spots. kate looks great without being air brushed. she's doing us all a service. she looks beautiful. what do you think of her portrait? let us know on facebook and twitter. have a wonderful weekend. get married, have a couple of kids, [ children laughing ] move to the country, and live a long, happy life together where they almost never fight about money. [ dog barks ] because right after they get married, they'll find some retirement people who ar
't about looking perfect, you know, like the mona lisa. today we reached out to dennis geronomis. he's an associate of art history. kate and her advisors would have been familiar with and probably admired paul emslie's very realistic tile before he was hired. even though many people are panning the picture, the portrait might have been exactly what kate had in mind. that we celebrate because after all the fact is this. nobody looks perfect like on air brushed magazine colors. their eyes have bags, and all that just gets fixed in edit. the little brown spots under your skin, they wipe it out. real women have lines on their faces, they have freckles, dark spots. kate looks great without being air brushed. she's doing us all a service. she looks beautiful. what do you think of her portrait? let us know on facebook and twitter. have a wonderful weekend. have a wonderful weekend. anderson is now. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> good evening. tonight we begin keeping them honest. nearly one month to the day of the horrific shootings in newtown, connecticut, in which 26 people wer
to the french defense ministry, the hostage was known as dennis alex. he was shot and killed by his captors during that raid. he had been held captive since 2009. al shabba militants denied a hostage died and claim they have captured a wounded french soldier. >>> no nbc employee will face charges after a high-capacity ammunition magazine was displayed on "meet the press." david gregory held up the empty magazine while talking with the president or ceo of the nra. but the display is against the law in washington. police officials say that there was a miscommunication between nbc and law enforcement. >>> taking a look at what's trending on the web. much to the dismay of "star wars" fans everywhere, the u.s. government will not be building a death star. the white house turned down a petition that was proposing the government create a death star superweapon. the petition received more than 34,000 signatures online. >>> a teacher is being hailed as a hero at a high school shooting in california sh week. ryan herbert stood face to face with the 16-year-old accused shooter and talked to him, buyin
and killed by oncoming traffic. dennis, you led a push a few years back to regulate what paparazzi can and cannot do. after this tragedy, justin bieber said we need better laws to protect celebrities and also paparazzi. do you think this might spark that to happen? >> well, i would hope so. we look back at 1997, princess diana, that tragic death. we started in los angeles back in 2008 trying to come up with some new regulations. karen bass at the time was the speaker of the california state assembly, authored legislation on a civil matter. the next year, 2010, we went up to something very significant to take aggressive action. it's about enforcement. it's about enforcement by the local law enforcement but clearly there's the responsibility by the celebrities, by the photographers, we need to safeguard people. this tragedy, this 29-year-old who was trying to become an up-and-coming photographer, a paparazzi in the city of los angeles, tragically killed by a lady who simply is driving down the roadway at night, didn't see him, struck him, killed him. she had two youngsters in the car. a
there are -- >> jack lew, if he's confirmed -- any names out there for chief of staff? >> you know, dennis has been raised. so i think, yes, you're going to see -- be the thing that's interesting to me, wolf, is that we're not inside the white house. nobody's talking about bringing people from the outside in to really change the way the white house operates. what you see is a lot of sort of shifting of jobs rather than taking people the president doesn't know and bringing them in. and this all goes back to the point that we were talking about with chuck hagel and jack lew. the president in a second term wants a certain comfort level with the people both inside the white house and who served in his cabinet. he wants people he feels comfortable and that he can trust. >> he's entitled to that. he's president of the united states, to paraphase someone else, good to be president. >>> two years ago it was a symbol of hope and now tahrir square is dirty and depressing and the graffiti tells a story you're going to want to hear. stand by. >>> and how president obama may be helping joe biden to get ready fo
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